Christian Science in Business

Boston Times

Christian Science does not admit of any sort of practice outside the range of loving one's neighbor as one's self. True prosperity must have respect for the welfare of one's neighbor as well as for one's own. Moreover, only those Possessions which contribute to one's spirituality or are conducive thereto are of any real benefit to us. The Scriptures declare, "Except the Lord build the house, they labor in vain that build it."

Without doubt there are some business institutions in the world that are not on the right basis, and, therefore, are not permanent; the sooner such are wisely and legitimately overthrown the better, since only that which is rightly established can stand.

August 27, 1904
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